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|Home Hanoi Springtime 2021 aims to become a new memorable check-in venue for Hanoians|
The programme is organised by Hanoi Department of Culture and Sports, UNESCO, UN-HABITAT (the UN agency for human settlements), and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the “Learning about Vietnam” programme.
The exhibition area will feature typical countryside scenes with vivid and colourful clusters of wild flowers, thatched houses with stacks of yellow straws, squash and gourd trellises, corn fields, trees laden with fruits, and many more, striving to bring visitors a familiar and cosy ambiance of the Vietnamese countryside.
Dotting the flower space will be swings, “monkey” bridges, village wells, and straw puppets, among others, where visitors can take photos to retain their memorable times at Splendora.
|Home Hanoi Springtime 2021 seeks to portray a gentle Hanoi through a wide variety of cultural and artistic activities.|
Home Hanoi Springtime 2021 seeks to portray a gentle Hanoi through a wide variety of cultural and artistic activities, connecting the capital city’s rich heritage to the present with distinct scenes of Hanoi's food courts, time-honoured traditional craft villages like Bat Trang ceramics, Chuong Village conical hats, Dong Ho paintings, calligraphy, or distinct local performances like water puppetry and popular games.
According to the Organising Board, the event is slated to offer free entrance to visitors from 9am to 9pm from February 11 to 17, 2021. From February 7 to 10, Home Hanoi Springtime will receive guests with invitations.
The organiser An Khanh JVC hopes that through the green message and distinct cultural activities, Home Hanoi Springtime would grow into a new, memorable check-in venue for Hanoians during the upcoming springtime.